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CAUTION! We Strongly recommend that a qualified technician install this kit if you do not completely understand the instructions prior to the install. INCLUDED IN THE KIT: (1) Black Intake Backing Plate (1) Support Bracket (1) Manifold Gasket (1) Phillips Stainless Sensor Screw (1) 90° Hose Fitting (1) Straight Hose Fitting (1) ½” x10” Vac Hose (1) Performance Re-Usable Air Filter (3) Standoffs (one has a hex side) (3) ¼-20x¾” Black Flat Head Allen Screws (3) Set Screws (2 are ¼-20 and 1 is 6mm) (1 ea.) Chrome Mesh & xXx Cover (1) Black Cover Plate TOOLS REQUIRED: 4, 5, 6mm, 1/8” & 5/32” Allen Wrenches 10 & 12mm & 7/16” Sockets Pliers (Std. & Needle-nose) Phillips & Flat Screwdrivers ® Blue Loctite Factory Service Manual INSTRUCTIONS: Please read all directions before starting this install. If at any time you are unsure or do not understand these procedures, please call us at the shop, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help. Although it is not required, the BAK may be easier to install after removing the fuel tank. Please make sure the vehicle is cool before starting your work.
Letter from Robb Hilson We are pleased to share the spring 2013 Bank of America Small Business Owner Report, a semi-annual study that uncovers the concerns, aspirations and perspectives of small business owners across the country. This study examines a variety of leading issues for small business owners, including personal health and wellness, revenue and growth expectations, preparedness for the unexpected and access to capital. The Report found that small business owners are not only focused on improving the financial health of their company, they are also focused on their own personal health and their employees’ wellness. Nearly nine in 10 of those surveyed report taking some steps to improve employee health and wellness. When thinking about the next 12 months, they are optimistic regarding their revenue and hiring expectations but remain concerned about the health of the overall economy. In addition, Millennial (18-to-34-years-old) small business owners are the most optimistic across all age groups regarding what the future holds for the economy and their business. At Bank of America, we know that small business owners are an essential element of our national and local economies. We are committed to offering the personal connection and local expertise of our bankers who are dedicated to the success of both small businesses and their communities.
This report is an effort to document something we know little about: corporate espionage against nonprofit organizations. The entire subject is veiled in secrecy. In recent years, there have been few serious journalistic efforts – and no serious government efforts -- to come to terms with the reality of corporate spying against nonprofits. Much of what we do know about this subject has been uncovered by accident. So the picture we have is fragmentary at best: just a few snapshots, taken mostly at random, arising from brilliant strokes of luck, giving a mere inkling of the full range of espionage activity against nonprofits. There are, however, a few things we can say for certain. The corporate capacity for espionage has skyrocketed in recent years. Most major companies now have a chief corporate security officer tasked with assessing and mitigating “threats” of all sorts – including from nonprofit organizations. And there is now a surfeit of private investigations firms willing and able to conduct sophisticated spying operations against nonprofits. The use of former intelligence, military and law enforcement officers for corporate espionage appears to be commonplace. Especially prevalent is the use of former Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency and Secret Service agents, as well as current or former police officers, and other former military, intelligence and law enforcement officials. These current and former government employees, and current government contractors, do their spying against nonprofits with little regulation or oversight, and apparently with near impunity. Many of the world’s largest corporations and their trade associations -- including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Walmart, Monsanto, Bank of America, Dow Chemical, Kraft, CocaCola, Chevron, Burger King, McDonald’s, Shell, BP, BAE, Sasol, Brown & Williamson and E.ON -- have been linked to espionage or...
Social enterprise is a movement unified by a proposition: that we can change the world by changing the way we do business. This report was written by Frank Villeneuve-Smith and Charlotte Chung, with support from Celia Richardson, Nick Temple and Fran Gorman. Social enterprises are businesses trading for social and environmental purposes. Rather than maximising private profit, their aim is to generate profit to further their social and environmental goals. They want to make the world – or at least their community – a better place. The research was designed by Charlotte Chung and Ceri Jones, with support from Lys Coleman. The field work was carried out by BMG research. Social Enterprise UK would like to thank The Royal Bank of Scotland Group for their sponsorship of this report, and particularly, Sarah Wright for her support. We would like to thank Dai Powell of HCT Group for the generous ‘loan’ of Frank Villeneuve-Smith to work on the project. And thank you also to everyone at Social Enterprise UK, especially, Sam Simmons, Ólöf Jónsdóttir, Ruty Geva and Charlie Wigglesworth. We would like to thank the following organisations for sharing their contacts with us to take part in this survey – Co-operatives UK, National Housing Federation, Locality, Social Enterprise East of England, Social Firms UK, and UnLtd – as well as the many organisations who promoted this survey through their networks. We would also like to thank Fergus Lyon and Rob Baldock (Third Sector Research Centre) and David Floyd for their support. Finally, our thanks to the social enterprises that took time out of busy schedules to take part in this research and the social enterprises that spared the time to be photographed for the report – Belu, Bounce Back, Connection Crew, Elvis & Kresse and Ministry of Stories.
Why Use Zend Framework? Alan Seiden PHP on IBM i consultant/developer email: email@example.com blog: http://alanseiden.com Strategic Business Systems, Inc. • Developing Web apps on IBM i (and iSeries, i5...) since 1996 • Based in Ramsey, New Jersey • IBM Business Partner Power Systems hardware, software, development, consulting • Zend Business Partner Working with Zend since they brought PHP to IBM i in 2006 We offer Zend’s training and Zend Server software to complement our consulting/development services Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 2 Alan Seiden PHP on IBM i Developer / Consultant / Mentor • • • Contributor to IBM’s Redbook PHP: Zend Core for i5/OS First IBM i developer certified in Zend Framework Developer of IBM/COMMON’s “Best Web Solution” of 2009 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-327-9400 Blog/articles: http://alanseiden.com Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 3 What we’ll discuss today • Zend Framework as the premier PHP framework • Why ZF is a great match for the IBM i • What ZF can do for your PHP/i projects • How to get started! • Questions Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 4 What I’ve been doing lately with PHP and ZF Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 5
The adapter wiring harness in this kit is designed for installation on 1984 - 1990 model year motorcycles, and is to be used in conjunction with any of the following ignition modules: 32405-91, 32410-91, 32419-91, 32432-91, 3242087A, 32421-85A. Specific vehicle applications are listed in the Instruction Sheet included with the ignition module. This Ignition Module Adapter Wiring Harness Kit consists of the following components:... DESCRIPTION Conduit, 10-inch long vinyl Conduit, 33-inch long high-temp vinyl Conduit, 34-inch long vinyl Conduit, 48-inch long high-temp vinyl Connector, 3-pin/socket Harness, ignition module adapter wiring Strap, cable Terminal, pin type Terminal, ring type (for #10 stud size) Terminal, ring type (for 1/4-inch stud size) Terminal, ring type (for 3/8-inch stud size) Terminal, socket type Terminal, spade type - female (small) Terminal, spade type - female (large) NOTE All seven wire leads of this adapter wiring harness must be terminated in the manner specified in this Instruction Sheet. Do not splice the wires of the adapter wiring harness to the wires of the original module’s wiring harness. Installation 1WARNING To avoid accidental start-up of vehicle and possible personal injury, disconnect battery cables from battery (negative cable first) before performing any of the following procedures. 1. Using the table on Page 2, compare wire color codes of adapter harness from kit (and new module pigtail) with those of original module on motorcycle. NOTE On 1984 - 1990 original modules, color code for both the ground wire and one of the ignition sensor wires is black. To distinguish between the two, note that the black ground wire is not grouped with any other wire lead, and that the black ignition sensor plate wire is grouped (encased by conduit) with the two other sensor plate wires (green and red). 2. Take note of the routing of original ignition module wire leads. Disconnect these module wire leads at the terminals and remove module according to Instruction Sheet included with module. 3. Position seven-pin connector of adapter harness over location on motorcycle in which original ignition module was mounted. You may wish to tape the connector in place so that it does not shift position during the wire routing procedures which follow.
LEGENDARY GRIFFITH COLLECTION OF IMPORTANT ROBOTS AND ANTIQUE TOYS CARPENTER TALLY-HO COACH SELLS FOR $66,300 SETTING A RECORD FOR A CAST-IRON, HORSE-DRAWN TOY AT AUCTION --OTHER AUCTION RECORDS ESTABLISHED FOR ROBOT MIGHTY 8, TELEVISION ROBOT, SPACE PATROL CAR, TREMENDOUS MIKE, SPACE CRUISER X 300, JUPITER ROBOT, RANGER ROBOT AND RADAR ROBOT (a.k.a Topolino)---SALES OF ROBOTS AND ANTIQUE TOYS FROM THE ESTATE OF F.H. GRIFFITH CONTINUE ONLINE AT SOTHEBYS.COM-December 9, 2000 -- New York, NY – In a packed salesroom at Sotheby’s in New York today, 399 lots of Important Robots and Antique Toys from the Estate of F.H. Griffith totaled $1.4 million. Competitive bidding for toys and robots from this famed collection drove some prices up to two and three times their high estimates and established nine records for various robots and toys at auction. Highlighting today’s sale was the Carpenter Tally-Ho Coach, circa 1885 which sold for $66,300 establishing a new record for a cast-iron, horse-drawn toy at auction. Leila Dunbar, Senior Vice President and Director of Sotheby’s Collectibles Department said, “Just like Sotheby’s sale of the Matt Wyse Robot Collection in 1996, the records set today prove that prices for robots and space toys continue to conquer new frontiers.”
With advent of digital age, gone are the days when simple toys were enough to define children-toys relationship and satiate their playing hunger. Generations change have not only been for human but also for toys and simple manual toys are coming of the age and getting replaced by automatic robotic toys which are more sophisticated and more exciting. These toys are instrumental in experiential form of learning which gives opportunity of learning by playing and which is why it has been so widely popular concept in schools today to engage students in such learning programs. Intelligent or Robo-toys new class of products which are plush or plastic toys moulded into traditional toys form with sensor technology (that makes these robot toys moves when they sense something like hand movement etc.), some sort of movement and a bit of artificial intelligence. Robotics for kids (robotic toys) especially boys or children having passion for machines is a fascinating world (like Barbie world for girls) that provides learning dimension coming in shape of learning electronics, mechanics, software, problem solving ability, team work etc. Robotic technology is increasingly being embedded into all sorts of toys from dinosaurs to plush toys. The automated process revolution in educational and entertainment robots promises strong growth that extends beyond the direct markets. Once students learn how to use robots, they move into industry and make functional robots for business automated process and for communications and entertainment. The educational kits are designed for pure fun and for educational competitions where students put together modules in innovative ways to create designs that work. The modularity of robot kits makes them versatile and flexible. Modules can be put together in a variety of ways, give users choices about what functionality the robot will have and also allow them to be more creative and more innovative in designing them. Educational robots are used by every level of student. Kits are geared to various age and skill levels. Robotics competitions are being held for every age level. The automated process...
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 WARRANTY COVERAGE AT A GLANCE 2 NISSAN’S CUSTOMER CARE PROGRAM 4 NISSAN’S COMMITMENT TO CUSTOMER SATISFACTION CONTINENTAL/GENERAL TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 33 MICHELIN TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 35 TOYO TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 40 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT TIRE LIMITED WARRANTIES 41 IMPORTANT TIRE SAFETY INFORMATION 2012 NEW VEHICLE LIMITED WARRANTY FEDERAL VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL LIMITED WARRANTIES GOODYEAR/DUNLOP TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 30 9 BRIDGESTONE FIRESTONE TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 24 5 21 12 CALIFORNIA VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTIES 18 SEAT BELT LIMITED WARRANTY 19 BFGOODRICH TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY TABLE OF CONTENTS 47 49 50 LIMITED WARRANTY ON GENUINE NISSAN REPLACEMENT PARTS, GENUINE NISMO S-TUNE PARTS, AND GENUINE NISSAN ACCESSORIES 52 REPLACEMENT BATTERY LIMITED WARRANTY 54 GENUINE NISSAN PARTS AND ACCESSORIES NISSAN LIFETIME REPLACEMENT PANEL CORROSION LIMITED WARRANTY 55 CORROSION PROTECTION GUIDELINES 56 NISSAN’S SECURITY+PLUSா VEHICLE PROTECTION PLAN GENUINE NISSAN ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MUFFLER, GENUINE NISSAN SHOCK ABSORBER AND STRUT LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 WARRANTY COVERAGE AT A GLANCE 2 NISSAN’S CUSTOMER CARE PROGRAM 3 NISSAN’S COMMITMENT TO CUSTOMER SATISFACTION 4 2010 NEW VEHICLE LIMITED WARRANTY 7 FEDERAL VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL LIMITED WARRANTIES 10 CALIFORNIA VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTIES 14 SEAT BELT LIMITED WARRANTY 15 BFGOODRICH TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 17 BRIDGESTONE FIRESTONE TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 19 GOODYEAR/DUNLOP TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 24 CONTINENTAL/GENERAL TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY TABLE OF CONTENTS 27 MICHELIN TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 29 TOYO TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY 32 ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT TIRE LIMITED WARRANTIES 33 IMPORTANT TIRE SAFETY INFORMATION 38 LIMITED WARRANTY ON GENUINE NISSAN REPLACEMENT PARTS, GENUINE NISMO S-TUNE PARTS, AND GENUINE NISSAN ACCESSORIES SUMMARY OF THE NISSAN LIFETIME REPLACEMENT PANEL CORROSION WARRANTY GENUINE NISSAN ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MUFFLER, GENUINE NISSAN SHOCK ABSORBER AND STRUT LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY 43 REPLACEMENT BATTERY LIMITED WARRANTY 44 GENUINE NISSAN PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 45 CORROSION PROTECTION GUIDELINES 46 40 41 NISSAN’S SECURITY+PLUS® VEHICLE PROTECTION PLAN...